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Date  13 11 16  UNSUSTAINABLE RESEARCH  T R AV E L  Name  Ben Le Brocq Student No  13817055 Email  Belb10 uni.Brighton.ac....
CONTENTS  1  Introduction  A description of the goal of the research and an overview to the findings  2-4 Secondary Resear...
INTRODUCTION Aim  Understand what unsustainable transport is and how it can be lessened Objectives  1  Establish the curre...
REVIEW    LITERATURE The current transportation system has been identified as not sustainable for a while now  OECD, 1996 ...
Transport, 2015 . There does not seem to be any literature discouraging the growth of active travel. Thus active travel wi...
Infographic summary of literature review  forms of transport. These barriers are highlighted at the    Table 3    section ...
ETHODOLOGY  TARGET POPULATION  Individuals commuting to work prioritising health and environmental issues. Both car commut...
Online Survey Questions based on the literature review findings to understand the users needs. 30 respondents resulted in ...
Easy solution to lack of planning Instant gratification  Diary Study  AIM  gain a greater understanding to the habits arou...
DIRECTED STORYTELLING  INTERVIEW  SAMPLE  A experienced, frequent active commuter Aim  understand the current habits of fr...
FOCUS GROUP SAMPLE  6 participants who currently commute to work by car. AIM  To understand why individuals are driving an...
   I could get back 2-3hrs of my   week by walking to work    Age  26 Occupation  Digital graphic designer Working Hours  ...
R  E H S U E  Z OO  FEELING LAZY  SN  Unsustainable Travel University of Brighton  D E R PA  E R P UN  Page 13 Ben Le Broc...
USER REQUIREMENT  SPECIFICATIONS Insight Reference  User Requirement User Requirement Specification Number i1  A1  The pro...
REFERENCES Berkhout, P. H., Muskens, J. C.   Velthuijsen, J. W.,  2000 . Defining the rebound effect. BMW.com.  Online ,  ...